LAS VEGAS – Oct. 18, 2018 – Ed Chansky, an intellectual property shareholder in global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Las Vegas office gave a CLE presentation titled “Privacy and Data Security Update: Data Privacy and Security Law Compliance Challenges for US Businesses in 2018 and Beyond” for the Nevada Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018.
The presentation focused on data privacy and security regulation frameworks, and the new consumer privacy law in California slated to take effect in 2020, which could affect eCommerce companies nationwide. Other topics included best practices for privacy and data security, and issues to consider for companies doing business internationally, which may be subject to non-US laws including the controversial General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe.
A trusted advisor to many national companies and frequent speaker at seminars and conferences, Chansky focuses his practice on intellectual property (particularly development, selection, protection, and licensing of trademarks worldwide) and advertising, sales promotion, and trade-regulation law, including charitable promotions, cause-related marketing, sweepstakes, contests, gift cards, eCommerce, substantiation of advertising claims, social gaming, social media, and all aspects of unfair or deceptive trade practices in a wide variety of industries.
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